13 Alien-like Skulls unearthed in Mexico
Researchers in Mexico have made a shocking discovery while excavating the ancient burial site of “El Cementerio” located in the vicinity of Onavas. Experts have unearthed 25 skulls, 13 of which had an Alien-like shape, with features that did not resemble any known species on Earth. The pre-Hispanic cemetery was discovered in the northern Mexican State, and out of the 25 individuals that were excavated, 17 of them were minors without symptoms of disease.
The most mysterious skulls were the Thirteen skulls which were elongate and pointy at the back and the five skulls which had mutilated teeth.
A connection to the mysterious Paracas Skulls? Expert in the subject, Brien Foerster talked about the mysterious Paracas Skulls which allegedly show a species unknown to scientists. Foerster added that the skulls seem to have a cranial volume much larger than normal skills, in other words, 25% larger than typical skulls of human beings.
It is impossible to increase cranial volume through ‘cranial deformation’. These skulls also weigh 60% more when compared to normal human skulls. Forester doesn’t stop here, as he notices several other differences. According to Foerster, the skulls also contain two small holes located i the rear of the skull. these holes are perpendicular to the cranial suture located i the parietal plate of the skull.
Intentional deformation? Yes perhaps, you are right, but there is more! Researchers determined that most of the skull are elongated as a result of intentional deformation. A constant force was applied to the cranium for a long time which caused them to assimilate an elongated skull. Strangely, the volume and weight of the skeletons is anything but normal. According to researchers, the cranial volume of the “Paracas Skulls” is up to 25% larger and 60% heavier than conventional human skulls. And there is more to the mysterious skulls. The human skull is composed of two parietal bones located between the frontal and occipital, forming the sides of the calvaria. The calvaria or also called skullcap, is made up of the superior portions of the frontal bone, occipital bone, and parietal bones. The “Paracas Skulls” only have one!
We aren’t looking at Aliens skulls here
“Cranial deformation has been used by different societies in the world as a ritual practice, or for distinction of status within a group or to distinguish between social groups,” said researcher Cristina García Moreno, an archaeologist at Arizona State University. “The reason why these individuals at El Cementerio deformed their skulls is still unknown.”
“The most common comment I’ve read from people that see the pictures of cranial deformation has been that they think that those people were ‘aliens,’” García added. “I could say that some say that as a joke, but the interesting thing is that some do think so. Obviously we are talking about human beings, not of aliens.”